Eye tracking to evaluate social cognition and social learning across cultures

Researchers from University of Chicago used eye tracking to evaluate social attention in two different cultural populations, urban North American participants, and rural Yucatec Mayan participants. To the researchers' knowledge, it is the first attempt to use eye tracking methods to quantify cultural variation in social attention.

Background

Compare social attention in two different cultural populations

Testing in rural villages

Analysis of data

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